Great Summer Jacket
Steve S-V -
July 11, 2012(Hanover, IL, IL)
I bought this jacket for commuting/ short trips in summer heat. I'm 6', 215 lbs and the Regular XL fits great. The two liners let me stay warm in the Illinois morning air and dry in light rain. Below 40 degrees I add my Aerostich fleece instead of the liners. Armor is well shaped, protective and comfortable. Bottom line: Great late spring, summer, early fall jacket for upper Midwest riders.
Great jacket, nice fit.
July 03, 2012(St.Catharines, ON)
Bought the XL in Blue to go with my KLR 650. Comfortable, warm and the extra waterproof barrier makes it a complete jacket. I'm 5 11" 185lbs athletic build for any wondering what size to purchase and might carry the same build.
Tourmaster Intake Air 2 Jacket
June 29, 2012(Annapolis, MD)
Was looking for a good jacket for hot weather and think I've found it. Wore it on some recent hot days in Maryland (+/- 90 degrees) and really got good ventilation. No sweating until stopped. Waterproof liner, and heavier liner (both can be used at same time), so this jacket should do for a wide range of temps. Outside of some stray threads at zippered pockets and inside phone pocket that resists the phone, finish was very good. Believe it will be durable, and is priced right.
Intake Air 2
June 26, 2012(Charlotte, NC)
I have tried all sorts of coats, gloves, etc over the last 34,000 miles of riding motorcycles and tonight's purchase is my third one of this exact same jacket. I think it is the best one out there.
Great jacket - size is an issue
June 13, 2012(houston, TX)
The jacket is excellent; it withstood a thunderstorm and kept me dry. My only concern is the fit. I'm an XS but bought the Small like everyone else on here said I should but it is not a snug fit, it moves around a bit and this concerns me in terms of how it will pad my fall. Otherwise it's a great jacket...
Totally worth it
June 13, 2012(West Jordan, UT)
This jacket is awesome. Keeps me very warm in the cold and has two layers that can be removed for warm weather. Adjustments for a lot of stuff. This is my first motorcycle jacket.
For The Money
June 04, 2012(Chapel Hill, NC)
Excellent jacket. I just started riding again after 35+ year hiatus. I really wanted a leather jacket but they were all out of my budget. I am happier than I thought I would be with this jacket. 80deg is not too hot with the liners out and rain liner in at 65deg it still breathes well. I can say it is a little large with the liners out but not so big it's not useable. Cost to features it can't be beat.
Tourmaster Air Intake Jacket....
March 07, 2012(Thurmont, MD)
Nice quality from Tourmaster. This is the second Tourmaster jacket I've owned and both are well worth the money. I would recommend going up a size though. I normally wear XL but XXL is perfect, lots of room even for the quilted liner in colder weather without being bound up.
Awkward changing liners
January 09, 2012(Northport, NY)
I really like the jacket. The only thing about that is some what of a draw back is trying put the liners back into the coat. The colored tabs help, but the insulated liner could have a zipper to seal it around the collar area along the back. Otherwise it was well worth the money.
JUST WHAT I NEEDED
January 09, 2012(Houston, TX)
I live in Houston. The weather is miserable here from May to Halloween (upper 90's+). So wearing leather during those months is suicide. I used the jacket at night last month (Dec) with all 3 liners. The temp was about 50 degrees. The wind liner helped, but it was still cold at 80 mph. The mesh exterior lets in a lot of wind, but the weather hasn't reached 80 degrees yet. I got mine two sizes larger than I normally wear. At 6'3" and 225 lbs, I usually wear 2XXL. Had to get a 4XXL.